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Presented by the ISBA Standing Committee on Government Lawyers
The legislative process is a critical element to the practice of law as it can impact the legal advice we give to our clients. Attorneys who attend this live webcast will better understand: the regulatory and ethical obligations connected to lobbying; how to use the General Assembly's webpage to your advantage; the principles and guidelines for lobbying in Illinois; and the Illinois legislative process.  Join us from the comfort of your home or office for this live webcast and you will be better informed on the legislative process and the resources you can use to keep up to date on statutory changes.
Lisle A. Stalter, Lake County State's Attorney's Office, Waukegan
Marylou L. Kent, Illinois Department of Transportation, Springfield
Program Information
Date Presented:
February 11, 2013 1:30 PM Central
1 hour, 30 minutes
The Illinois Legislative Process: What Every Attorney Should Know
Speaker Information
Tiffany Elking   [ view bio ]
Marylou L. Kent   [ view bio ]
Rep. Louis I. Lang   [ view bio ]
Individual topic purchase: Selected
Illinois State Bar Association
Total General MCLE Hours: 1.25
Including Professional Responsibility: 0.75
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